Lawn Fawn Spooky Village Card
Copic, Distress Ink, Fall Cards, Halloween Cards, Lawn Fawn, Spectrum Sparkle Pens, Tim Holtz

Lawn Fawn Spooky Village Card

I just love Halloween and the new stamp set by Lawn Fawn fits right into the Halloween season. The Spooky Village stamp set comes with 25 stamps from haunted houses to tombstones to pumpkins. This set is perfect for Halloween!

The images were stamped onto Spectrum Noir Ultra Smooth card stock and colored with Copic markers. The background was blended with distress inks onto Bristol Smooth paper. All supplies are listed below and details are shown and explained in my YouTube video below.

Lawn Fawn Spooky Village Card

Watch the tutorial here:


  1. Lawn Fawn Spooky Village Stamp Set –
  2. Lawn Fawn Spooky Village Dies –
  3. Optional Set (Lawn Fawn Spooky Village Stamp Set and coordinating diecuts) –
  4. Lawn Fawn Birch Tree Lawncuts –
  5. Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside Backdrop Portrait –
  6. Crafter’s Companion Spectrum Noir Ultra Smooth Premium Cardstock –
  7. Strathmore 300 Series Bristol Smooth Pad –
  8. Distress Ink – Seedless Preserves –
  9. Distress Ink – Chipped Sapphire –
  10. Distress Ink – Black Soot –
  11. Blending Tool –
  12. Brilliance Dew Drop Ink Pad – Starlight  Silver –
  13. Spectrum Sparkle Clear Pen –
  14. Tombow Liquid Glue –
  15. Misti Stamping Tool –
  16. Paintbrush
  17. Foam Adhesive
  18. Black Cardstock –
  19. Copic Markers: V04, V06, V09/YR04, YR12, YR14, YR18/G40, G94, G99/Y15, Y17/E13, E17, E18/W1, W3, W5, W7/Blender

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Birthday Cards, Copic, Lawn Fawn, Spectrum Sparkle Pens

Sweet Friends Double Slider Surprise Birthday Card

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I really love the Lawn Fawn Sweet Friends stamp set. All of the little desserts are so cute! I made this card for my son’s birthday.

First, I stamped the images using the Lawn Fawn Jet Black ink pad and colored them with Copic markers. I used the coordinating Sweet Friends Lawn Cuts to die cut them.

Next, using the Lawn Fawn Double Slider Surprise die set, I die cut and put together the slider card. For video instructions on how to put together this die set, watch the Lawn Fawn tutorial here: Double Slider Surprise Instructions

The blue plaid paper is from the Lawn Fawn Perfectly Plaid paper collection. The red patterned paper is from the Lawn Fawn Really Rainbow Petite Paper Pack.

I stamped the sentiments onto the red patterned paper and cut them to size as shown. All images were adhered using double sided tape.

The balloon images were stamped from the Lawn Fawn Coaster Critters stamp set and die cut from the Coaster Critters Lawn Cuts and then colored with Spectrum Sparkle markers. The balloons on the center panel were adhered with foam tape.

A Spectrum Sparkle clear marker was used to add glitter to the three images in the center panel.

The card base is A2 size. A piece of red patterned paper was cut to size and adhered to the top of the card base. The double slider surprise piece was then adhered to the top of the A2 card base.

Below is a link to the video of my card.

View Interactive Card Here

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Copic, Lawn Fawn, Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day Card using Lawn Fawn’s Sweet Friends Stamp

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When I saw the Sweet Friends stamp set from Lawn Fawn, I knew that I immediately had to own it. It is the perfect stamp set for any occasion and I thought this would be perfect for a Valentine’s Day card. There are several stamps included in the set, but I chose to use the s’mores stamp for this card.

I stamped the image using Lawn Fawn’s Lawn Fundamentals Jet Black Premium Ink Pad and then colored it with Copic markers. I used the corresponding die cut, Sweet Friends Lawn Cuts, to die cut it. The hearts were stamped using the same ink and die cut as well. The pink paper was from my stash. The white scallop border was die cut from Lawn Fawn’s Stitched Scallop Rectangle Frames using white paper from my stash.

To put this card together, I cut a piece of the rainbow paper from Lawn Fawn’s Really Rainbow Petite Paper Pack and adhered it to a card base. Next, I cut a piece of the red paper from the same paper pack and adhered it to the white scallop border. Using foam tape, I adhered it to the card base to add dimension. Next, I adhered the s’more die cut and hearts to the red paper. Finally, I used Lawn Fawn’s Lawn Fundamentals Jet Black Premium Ink Pad to stamp the sentiment onto the front of the card.

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Here is another version using the same stamp set, only different paper.

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Christmas, Copic, Lawn Fawn, Spectrum Noir, Winter

Lawn Fawn Simply Celebrate Winter

For these cards, I used the stamps in the Lawn Fawn Simply Celebrate Winter stamp set. These stamps so adorable and you can really get a variety of card designs from them.

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Supplies Used:

  1. Lawn Fawn – Simply Celebrate Winter Stamp Set
  2. Lawn Fawn – Simply Celebrate Lawn Cuts
  3. Lawn Fawn – Winter Scripty Sentiments Stamp Set
  4. Lawn Fawn – Everyday Sentiment Banners
  5. Lawn Fawn – Stitched Scallop Rectangle Frames
  6. Lawn Fawn – Really Rainbow Christmas Petite Paper Pack
  7. Lawn Fawn Vellum (for gingerbread card)
  8. Lawn Fawn Stitched Scalloped Rectangle Frames (for gingerbread card)
  9. Stamps of Life Stitched Rectangle Set
  10. DCWV Christmas Creations Paper Pack (This is the candy cane paper used for the gingerbread card.)
  11. Solid color papers were from Recollections paper packs
  12. Copic Markers and Spectrum Noir Markers

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Christmas, Copic, Lawn Fawn, Spectrum Noir, Winter

Lawn Fawn Winter Village Card

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This was the first Lawn Fawn set that I ever used and decided to make a holiday card to send to employees. Since my husband owns his own Real Estate brokerage, I thought that this would be the perfect card to send to the real estate agents that work for him. I absolutely love the way that it turned out!

Supplies used:

Lawn Cuts Stitched Hillside Backdrop: Portrait
Lawn Fawn Winter Village Clear Stamps
Lawn Fawn Winter Village Lawn Cuts
Lawn Fawn Snowy Backdrop: Portrait
Spectrum Noir and Copic Markers
Recollections Cardstock

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